The Japanese supercar, Lexus LF-A (or LFA as it is known in the American Patent and Trademark Office), will receive a totally transparent version, that will be exhibited in Milan during Fashion Week. The car has gone past the concept stage since it has already been observed testing at Nurburgring, but production plans still remains unclear at the moment. This, however, does not prevent the Japanese firm from taking full advantage of their investment at the upcoming Milan Fashion Week and the car promises that it will indeed be a sight to behold. Although the available teaser photos are somewhat lacking in illumination, a fully lighted presentation would undoubtedly show the internal organs of the car. The LF-A comes with a 5.0-liter V10 engine that can generate in excess of 500 hp (373 kW). When it reaches production there will only be 100 units that will be built with each one costing in excess of $200,000.
Gallery: Crystallized Lexus LFA